Wings under his feet

A Bridgnorth runner came fifth out of a field of 95 in the English Schools Fell Running Championships held in Settle, North Yorkshire. William Kay, who attends Old Swinford Hospital School in Stourbridge, came in just a couple of minutes behind the overall winner. At the end of September, William won the Dudley Schools Cross Country trials, which qualified him to represent Dudley in the West Midlands Cross Country trials.

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